Laparoscopic Management of 42 Cases of Tubal Stump Pregnancy and Postoperative Reproductive Outcomes
ConclusionLaparoscopic surgery is a feasible option for tubal stump pregnancy, associated with favorable pregnancy outcomes.
ConclusionObesity is closely associated with primary infertility and PCOD. Menstrual abnormalities associated with PCOD significantly improve after bariatric surgery with significant improvement in fertility along with maternal outcomes.
In conclusion, UAO at myomectomy is not associated with reductions in live birth or clinical pregnancy rates. Before routine use can be recommended in women desiring future fertility, more research is required on reproductive outcomes and effects on ovarian reserve. PMID: 31679915 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ConclusionPregnancy in the RTO-EM group was comparable to the salpingectomy group in patients with hydrosalpinx prior to ET treatment. Radiologically guided tubal occlusion with embolization microcoils may be an alternative to salpingectomy for patients with hydrosalpinx planning IVF-ET.
ConclusionThe obstetrical outcomes of pregnant women who underwent laparoscopy for adnexal torsion are generally favorable. However, there is a risk for preterm delivery which is primarily associated with multiple gestation.
Most cases of adnexal torsion in pregnancy are currently managed by laparoscopy, which may be associated with increased risks for spontaneous abortion and preterm delivery. We sought to evaluate the obstetric outcomes of these women, with emphasis on their live birth rate and gestational age at delivery.
Most cases of adnexal torsion in pregnancy are currently managed by laparoscopy, which may be associated with increased risks for spontaneous abortion and pre-term delivery. We sought to evaluate the obstetrical outcomes of these women with emphasis on their live birth rate and gestational age at delivery.
ConclusionsPTO is a superior to salpingectomy for the surgical management of patients with hydrosalpinx undergoing IVF-ET in terms of ovarian reserve. However, the 2 surgical techniques are associated with comparable pregnancy rates.
Conclusions: KCl injection under ultrasonographic guidance could be a safer and more effective treatment option than surgical treatment in hemodynamically stable patients with fetal cardiac activity in interstitial pregnancy. Expectant management could be an option for patients with no fetal cardiac activity. PMID: 31432733 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: We observed an association between laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis and several adverse pregnancy outcomes. Future research should focus on the potential biological pathways underlying these relationships to inform screening or preventive interventions. PMID: 31403584 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: Based on very low-quality evidence, It is uncertain whether there is any difference in pregnancy rate, incidence of surgical complications, and miscarriage rate between UTND and LOD in women with clomiphene-resistant PCOS. UTND may lead to a slight decrease in ovulation rate when compared to LOD. No studies reported on the outcomes live birth rate, incidence of OHSS, and multiple pregnancy rate. No studies reported on the main outcomes live birth and surgical complications for the comparison UTND combined with gonadotrophins versus gonadotrophins alone. The evidence for the outcomes OHSS, pregnancy, ovulation,...